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Tá an chuid seo den suíomh idirlín ar fáil i mBéarla amháin i láthair na huaire.
Before you arrive at the port of departure in Ireland you must have a valid Pre-Boarding Notification (PBN). You will find further information in the Customs Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) Service section.
If you do not have a valid PBN you will not be allowed to check-in by the ferry operator. You will be advised to leave the port.
You will find detailed information about how to use the Customs RoRo service in:
You will find information about finding your way around the port in the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport (DTTAS) traffic plan.
Information to drivers will be shared through various channels. Drivers should stay tuned for regular radio updates on:
Information on traffic flows will also be sent out through the following national websites:
Next: Health and safety at Irish ports
Published: 04 January 2021
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